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July 2000

Safety and Sobriety: Best Practices in Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse

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This manual outlines procedures that human service professionals can follow when they are facing clients living with both domestic violence and substance abuse, and provides guidance for forging collaborations between agencies.
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February 2000

Promoting resilience: Helping young children and parents affected by substance abuse, domestic violence, and depression in the context of welfare reform

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This is Issue Brief #8 in a series based on a growing body of research that suggests that successful policies for families must take into account the needs of children when addressing the needs of parents and the needs of parents when addressing the needs of children.
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January 1999

Averting The Campus Date Rape Drug Crisis: Seven Solutions For Colleges, Law Enforcement and Medical Professionals

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The book offers guidelines and checklists to use in implementing a proactive and comprehensive response to date rape crimes on college campuses.
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September 1997

Substance Abuse and Woman Abuse by Male Partners

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The author examines various perspectives regarding the relationship between substance abuse and violence, explores research on substance abuse by batterers, discusses substance abuse by battered women, and includes recommendations for interventions.
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Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault

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This webpage provides information about substances being used by perpetrators to compromise an individual's ability to consent to sexual activity. Safety tips for safe drinking are included.
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  • Training Tools

Making the Connection: Intimate Partner Violence and Public Health

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This document provides an introduction to basic prevention concepts by exploring the public health approach, two classification systems, a planning tool used to develop more comprehensive initiatives, and the importance of understanding terminology. It addresses the topics of women's health, mental health and substance abuse, family planning, STIs and HIV, perinatal programs, breastfeeding, child and adolescent health, and injury and violence prevention.
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Working with Battered Women Impacted by Substance Abuse

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"The primary goal of this model protocol is to help advocates better meet the safety needs of all battered women by providing them with the tools to address service needs and options for battered women and children impacted by their own or another's substance use, misuse or addiction. Our challenge as advocates is to provide as safe an environment as possible for all who use our services or work at our programs Ideally, this protocol and model policy will serve as a first step toward identifying options for both battered women impacted by substance use and their advocates."